I was drawn into the lives of the characters from the start. I had to stay up just to finish the book after I started reading it--I just couldn't stop till I knew what was going to happen. Diane Craver's books incorporate Amish and English characters together with depth of each character. It was wonderful to catch up with some of the characters from Diane's Dreams of Plain Daughters series in this awesome book. The author provides enough background of the characters from her Dreams of Plain Daughter series, that this book can be read alone.
Chloe Parrish and Beth Byler had one thing in common when they meet at Dr. Foster's office. They were both pregnant. Beth became a friend to Chloe and invited her to dinner at her home. Beth was happily married to Henry, whereas Chloe was all alone except for her aunt and cousin who resided in Fields Corner, an Amish community. Chloe's parents were to busy with their careers too have time for Chloe throughout her life. As Chloe and Beth's friendship continues to grow they share their personal lives with each other. Chloe struggles with trying to decide if she should give her baby up for adoption or keep her child even though her parents are totally against Chloe keeping her baby.
Dr. Tony Cunningham is new at the clinic with Dr. Foster and midwives Ada and Violet. Dr. Cunningham is attracted to Chloe Parrish. They accidentally meet one evening and had ice cream together. However, should a physician consider seeing a patient outside of the clinic? Will Dr. Foster have an influence on Chloe's decision whether to keep her baby or give her up for adoption?
There are so many twists and turns in this book. Who would snatch an Amish baby away during a fundraiser for the school? How will Chloe and Beth friendship be affected with so many events happening all around them? Will families be torn apart or restored? Purchase your copy today and read this story about characters that face so many personal struggles--just like we all do in our personal lives. Readers will experience a wide variety of emotions as the characters are faced with pain, devotion, determination, loss, desperation, faith and heartache in Amish Baby Snatched. I was right there with the characters experiencing their emotions as I read.
Amish Baby Snatched is a 5 star book and I'm looking forward to the next book in this series. I want to know what and how the characters are handling life--after all they are a part of my life now.